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Ayala News and Headlines

  • Student "One-Stop-Shop" Page

    The safety and overall well-being of our students is a district priority, and CVUSD staff are excited to provide a “One-Stop-Shop” where students can access social, emotional, and mental health supports and safety resources. Together, we can provide a positive school climate for all CVUSD students. To learn more and access resources, please select “read more.”

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  •  Zen Den and Intervention Counselors Relocation

    Zen Den Relocation

    The Zen Den and Intervention Counselors are relocating to D128 from April 29 to the end of the school year.

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  •  Tutor.com provides free 24/7 homework and study help. Access it through ClassLink.

    Free Online Tutoring

    Ayala students have access to free online tutoring in over 40 subjects, including Advanced Placement and SAT prep. To use this service students should click the Tutor.com icon on their ClassLink page.

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  •  600 wins for Ayala Coach

    600 Wins for Ayala Coach

    Ayala softball coach John Ameluxen celebrating his 600th win. Coach Ameluxen, a retired Ayala math teacher, has coached the Ayala softball team since the school opened in 1990, leading the Bulldogs to a CIF-Southern Section championship and 13 league championships. 

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Ayala Announcements

  • Parking Lot Concerns

    For safety purposes, students need to park in their assigned areas:

    • 11th graders: junior lot in front of the football field
    • 12th graders: senior lot in front of the gym / h portables

    We recommend not backing into a parking spot. Citations will be issued to those without a parking permit or those parking in the wrong lot.

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  • Tickets for Sporting Events

    Tickets for all Ayala sporting events must be purchased using the GoFan website or iPhone app. A QR code will be available at the gate/door to facilitate walk-up purchases. No cash will be accepted.

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  • No Item Drop Offs Allowed

    Food, lunches, homework, cell phones, backpacks, etc. can no longer be dropped off or delivered to students during the school day. Please plan ahead.

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